idyll | living arts
The Idyll | living arts is a creative organization based in Montreal that promotes the emergence of multidisciplinary practices, the integration of new technologies for the stage, the creation of artistic encounters and sensitive experiences within the community. Directed by Alex Côté, the Idyll develops with these artists a disciplinary freedom resulting from a constantly changing artistic practice, which plunges into the ontology of today, into its digital and cosmological worlds. Launched in 2015, the Idyll promotes work on the presence and the body of the actor in a deployment of innovative structures. With his creations, Alex Côté seeks to reintegrate positive values into targeted communities of society about environment and ecological issues.
We integrate an immersive technology of a quantum system assignable by consciousness. This innovative electronic device is the result of studies, researches and designs made by Princeton University in the early 2000s which have served notably to establish The Global Consciousness Project and other interactive projects. It operates on the principle that the observer affects the measurement of a quantum system. This electronic device, connected to a computer, comprises of an electron tunnel mounted on a circuit that generates a binary result. The electron emitted by the observer passes or does not pass through the electric field. Thus, the research tends to show that the intention of the observer disrupts the probabilities of outcomes. The observer effect is processed by computer to activate images, videos, sequences of a movie, sounds and electro-mechanical components. With an audience, these devices display a surprising consistency with the present moment and the dominant issue. The public must be informed in advance of the conscious technology in the art work to experience the synchronicities since they induce a specific emotion, in which information travels faster than light, in where scientific truth is translated into metaphysical and artistic truth.